6 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PARENTS
Published on Jun 28 2016
BEDTIME HOW MUCH SLEEP DO KIDS NEED
Published on May 11 2016
HOW TO USE BLACK LINE DRAWINGS, OR CUE CARDS TO FACILITATE STUDENTS PRE-READING, WRITING, LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL SKILLS
Included in the Incredible Years curriculum are a series of laminated, colored cue cards (or black line drawings) that show pictures of the major social and emotional concepts of the program (for example, pictures of Wallys 7 problem-solving steps, Molly sharing and helping, Tinys 5 angermanagement steps, Dina Dinosaurs rules for the classroom, and a variety of solutions to problems).
Published on May 25 2016
USING TIME OUT FOR COMPLIANCE TRAINING
Published on May 10 2016
FACILITATING CHILDREN’S ACADEMIC LEARNING: PARENTS AS “ACADEMIC COACHES”
Descriptive commenting” is a powerful way to strengthen children’s social
skills, emotional literacy, and academic skills. The following is a list of academic
concepts and behaviors that can be commented upon when playing
with a child. Use this checklist to practice describing academic concepts.
Published on May 18 2016
WHAT PARENTS CAN DO TO HELP THEIR CHILD WITH FRIENDSHIPS
Some parents may want the teacher to step in and ‘fix’ things for their child. This may be
necessary in some circumstances, for example when bullying is occurring, however in
most cases talking things through with your child and providing them with ample
opportunities to practice their new skills in social situations is more powerful.
Published on Mar 08 2016